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    DPX2 tune on an SB130LR

    This is my first DPX2. I have it set to the Yeti specs per the shock tuner on their site. When I trail ride, not a lot of big hits, I feel like I'm using up my travel. I don't really feel it bottoming out, but it feels a bit soft. If sag is set correctly, what is the best approach to remedying this?

    HSC, HSR are wide open per Yeti's reco.

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    More pressure, say another 10psi. Sag is a good starting point but not a locked-in accurate measure so don't worry about changing pressure even if the sag reads "correct". You will often find you can add 10psi and the sag doesn't change anyway
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    Since HSC is in open mode you can adjust LSC. Have you tried that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schulze View Post
    Since HSC is in open mode you can adjust LSC. Have you tried that?
    How would that help with blowing thru all of the travel?

    OP - From everything I've read, most aggro SB130 riders over 175 lbs are finding that they need to use at least 1 air can volume spacer. Oddly, that bike comes with none so... it's basically setup for light riders ootb. I'll be able to confirm soon as I plan to put one thru the paces by this weekened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman086 View Post
    How would that help with blowing thru all of the travel?

    OP - From everything I've read, most aggro SB130 riders over 175 lbs are finding that they need to use at least 1 air can volume spacer. Oddly, that bike comes with none so... it's basically setup for light riders ootb. I'll be able to confirm soon as I plan to put one thru the paces by this weekened.

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    I weigh less than 150 geared up so. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by mstrkrft69 View Post
    I weigh less than 150 geared up so. . .

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    Are you sure sag is set correctly? I had to go 20 psi over their recommended air pressure setting for my weight to get 30% sag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman086 View Post
    Are you sure sag is set correctly? I had to go 20 psi over their recommended air pressure setting for my weight to get 30% sag.

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    Next thing I'm gonna check. Need to put a mm rule on it.

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